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Playwrights, Magicians, and Zombies: 15 Fictional Shakespeares

Playwrights, Magicians, and Zombies: 15 Fictional Shakespeares

Secondary ELA- Analyzing Rhetoric. Teach students how to analyze an author’s arguments with Atticus Finch’s Closing Arguments!

Analyzing Rhetoric I To Kill a Mockingbird. Teach students how to analyze an authors arguments with Atticus Finchs Closing Arguments! To Kill a Mockingbird I To Kill a Mockingbird Lessons I Atticus Finch I Teaching argument I argument analysis I Analyzin

To Kill a Mockingbird digital rhetorical analysis activity! Includes Atticus' closing speech, rhetorical analysis activities, writing prompts, and rubrics. American literature. Harper Lee. High school English

To Kill a Mockingbird digital rhetorical analysis activity! Includes Atticus' closing speech, rhetorical analysis activities, writing prompts, and rubrics.

To Kill a Mockingbird: map of Maycomb. Students love visuals! Here they are able to see where everything in the book took place.

Well written short essay length How long should an essay be? than an essay that goes well under the suggested length is an essay that reaches the minimum, essay’s too short.

To Kill A Mockingbird Free Tabloid Writing Activity

World literature reflective essay rubric IB English--World Lit Essay Overview. Reflective Statements "How was your understanding of. Look carefully at rubric for essay. IB English World Lit Essay

A real life inquiry project for To Kill a Mockingbird: Students learn about tolerance and then become a hero for a mockingbird.

A real life inquiry project for To Kill a Mockingbird: Students learn about tolerance and then become a hero for a mockingbird. I know its a long ways away but this is too good to pass up.

KP - This is a timeline that can be hung up in the classroom to show events that led up to the Civil Rights Movement. It also shows events that have occurred after the movement, such as the establishment of Black History Month in 1976.

This timeline infographic highlights key points in the civil rights movements. The infographic can be used during a variety of civil rights activities as a resource in the grade ELA classes.

Secondary Ela, 20 Literary Analysis Questions for To Kill a Mockingbird!

20 Literary Analysis Questions for To Kill a Mockingbird! -Each high level question asks students to analyze and synthesize this novel. -Students incorporate text evidence into their literary response for each question. -Each question elicits a full pa